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dClinic 2.75/5 (1) - Healthcare platform

ABSTRACT Most clinics and medical facilities today follow a one-on-one model of patient-provider interaction which puts the provider (clinician) at the centre of a patient’s care. The problem with this model is that it does not always easily allow providers to consult with other healthcare givers and then follow the patient’s progress as part of a holistic shared care plan. This model is rigid and creates the data silos which prevent collaborative efforts for positive healthcare outcomes. dClinic and its experts, after working for many years with providers, governments and healthcare organisations, recognize that a more forward-thinking healthcare platform needs to be established to...

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  • PreICO start: 31 Aug 2018
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ABSTRACT
Most clinics and medical facilities today follow a one-on-one model of patient-provider interaction which puts the provider (clinician) at the centre of a patient’s care. The problem with this model is that it does not always easily allow providers to consult with other healthcare givers and then follow the patient’s progress as part of a holistic shared care plan. This model is rigid and creates the data silos which prevent collaborative efforts for positive healthcare outcomes.
dClinic and its experts, after working for many years with providers, governments and healthcare organisations, recognize that a more forward-thinking healthcare platform needs to be established to break down the traditional barriers of one-on-one interactions resulting in patient data that is not readily shared or available to other care providers. The dClinic platform leads to a Shared Care model where the patient is at the centre of their care and the care is provided by care team members who could be providers, clinicians, specialists, organisations and even family members.
dClinic puts the patient at the centre of their care and does not allow brick walls to constrain their access to care. dClinic uses blockchain to assist and reward consumers for their participation and adherence to their care plans. Thus, dClinic is poised to disrupt the healthcare industry by introducing a new model of healthcare which encourages collaborative efforts for positive healthcare outcomes.

Problem Statement
Most healthcare technology systems start a patient’s healthcare journey from a one-on-one visit to the doctor or a hospital where the patient is registered into their local clinical system, such as an EMR (Electronic Medical Record), PAS (Patient Registration System) or GP (General Practice) System. The reality is that patients are consumers, and their healthcare journey often involves many people and services, who are unable to contribute to the healthcare service delivery process effectively because the processes of healthcare service delivery are broken and fragmented. In fact, it is becoming more recognised that wellness and vitality services can also play a significant role in patients’ healthcare outcomes. However, in the existing traditional healthcare systems, organizations, individuals and service providers work in silos with fragmented data around a single patient derived from interactions compounded by one-on-one encounters between patients and their care providers. Globally, we lack a one-stop platform where instead of data silos, a patient’s information is collected, shared and utilized with a consortium of doctors and service providers. A full history and journey of the patient’s Electronic Health Records (EHR) could help bridge the gap that exists in the healthcare sector while providing incentives for all persons to strive towards making caregiving more cost-effective.

Solution Overview
Blockchain in healthcare will help connect individuals, care providers and anyone involved in the caregiving process seamlessly and in real-time. KYC and Secure Messaging will ensure security and transparency of communications. The services availed, medical routine and vital body stats would be stored as secure data points on Blockchain that cannot be tampered with.
Now, with the introduction of blockchain in Shared Care Planning (dClinic’s platform), which will enable all care providers, including the patient themselves, to contribute, follow and update their healthcare progress, the healthcare delivery system will become significantly more effective and rewarding.
Communication amongst all stakeholders with the patient at the centre of their care will contribute significantly to improving service delivery. The industry, we believe, will witness a paradigm shift from disparate data chunks of health records to a single, decentralized shareable ledger (dClinic EHR or dEHR). A
Shared Care platform will facilitate cross-sharing of the recorded history of the patient’s health for devising a meaningful longitudinal healthcare plan.
dClinic’s position as a one stop platform can bring the much-needed transformation in the healthcare sector. An array of clinicians, service providers, caregivers, thought leaders, and governments, through dClinic’s platform, can work together to enable the fulfillment of a patient-centred healthcare delivery system. dClinic aims to demonstrate this in emerging markets in partnership with local providers and government bodies.

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Team

Dr. Richard Satur

CEO & dClinic Founder PhD in AI, Machine Intelligence and Data Mining

Sachin Gupta

CIO and dClinic Co-Founder

Ashwani Modi

COO and dClinic Co-Founder

Jairo Romo Marugan

Blockchain & Fintech Sr. Global Advisor

Doctor Robby Thoeng

CEO & Chairman VLM, Clinician

Brad Gillan

CTO (MCP, MCSE, MCTS, B.Comp)

Stephen Moo

Product Roadmap Manager

Advisors

Manoj Deb

Founder & CEO

Alfredo Campana

Blockchain Analyst

Rishu Gupta

Legal Counsel

Jeff Parker FCHSM, GACID

Managing Director, JP Consulting (Aust) Pty Ltd

Dr. Ni Komang Yeni Dhana Sari

MD, OG Jakarta – Indonesia

Dr.Triatmo Budi YuwonoSpJP

FIHA, FAPSIC, Cardiologist

Sari McKinnon

Management Consultant, eHealth

Roger Hewitt

Senior eHealth Consultant

John Whellum

eHealth Business Consultant

Anthony O'Neill

Solution Architect - eHealth

John Groome

Senior Digital Health Architect

Linda Wakeling

Management Consultant, eHealth

Milestones

  • 2016
    • Start of the dClinic Platform Building • Built Shared Care Planning (ShCP) • Built Telemedicine Platform for Shared Care Planning • Built openEHR Storage • Built FHIR APIs • Develop dClinic Beta Sites
  • 2017
    • Completed V1.0 build of the dClinic Platform • Completed and start operating dClinic platform in some beta sites • Negotiated new dClinic Sites (Clinics and Hospitals) in Indonesia • Negotiated Indonesian Expert Healthcare Service Delivery Partner • Negotiated development office in Indonesia
  • Q1 2018
    • Engaged Advisory Group of Doctors and Experts is Healthcare and Blockchain • Prepared dClinic (DHC) Token Sale
  • Q2 2018
    • Finalised dClinic (DHC) Token Sale • Audit Website and White paper • Start dClinic Platform Build V2.0 • Start Block-chaining dClinic’s open EHR platform • Audit Smart Contracts
  • Q3 2018
    • Launch dClinic (DHC) Token Sale • Continue building of dClinic Platform enabled with Blockchain for transportable EHR • Prepare dClinic Health Coin Loyalty Membership program • Formulate plans for at least 2 Bitcoin Listings including one in Indonesia
  • Q4 2018
    • Release final (based on review and refine of existing agreed plans) Implementation plans for individual Indonesian Projects • Sanur One Day Hospital Project starts • Villa Little Hansa Wellness Centre Project Starts • Start Sanur Development Office Project (Starts with local development staff engaged) • Finalise plans for at least 2 Bitcoin Listings including one in Indonesia
  • Q1 2019
    • Launch dClinic Platform V2.0 • Formulate dClinic Platform Release Roadmap for next 2 years • Listing of DHC on at least 2 Bitcoin Exchanges starts • Clinical Trial Services Project Starts • ASIH Women’s and Children’s Hospital Project Starts
  • Q2 2019
    • Kerobokan Vitality Centre Project Starts • Sahid Sahirman Hospital Project Starts
  • Q3 2019
    • Implementing Indonesian Projects
  • Q4 2019
    • Release dClinic Platform V3.0 • Release FHIR APIs to the wider market for 3rd party App builders to make use of our dClinic Platform and EHR
  • Q1 2020
    • Prepare dClinic Franchisee Model. Marketing and Sales strategy for dClinics worldwide. In particular, Malaysia, Philippines, Brazil, Miami and Australia
  • Q2 2020
    • Initiate Franchise opportunities in newly emerging markets • Increase dClinic Health Coin Loyalty Membership program • Continue Implementing Indonesian Projects
  • Q3 2020
    • Continue Implementing Indonesian Projects • Explore more Franchise opportunities in newly emerging markets • Increase dClinic Health Coin Loyalty Membership program
  • Q4 2020
    • Develop a Global Franchise program • Carstensz Vitality Centre Project Starts
  • 2021
    • All Indonesian Projects operational except for Carstensz Vitality Centre
  • 2022
    • All Indonesian Projects operational

Token

  • Platform: Ethereum
  • Price: 1 DHC = 0.10 USD
  • Accepting: ETH BTC
  • Token distribution: Reward Pool 50% PRE-SALE + CROWD SALE 20% TOKEN TEAM 15% ADVISORS 5% Legal 5% Community Building & Airdrop 5%
  • Hard cap: 50,000,000 USD

Proof Points
3/5

Prehistory of project

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Product or its MVP

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Blockchain experience

Jairo Romo Marugan – Fintech Sr. Global Advisor. Blockchain Head Western US & LATAM at http://www.wipro.com/
Identity working group contributor at https://www.hyperledger.org/
Finance and Supply chain working groups contributor at http://entethalliance.org/
Manoj Deb – Founder of http://www.ofnog.io/

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Updated 29.09.2018

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